College Football Rankings: Michigan State Moves Up To 9th In USA Today Poll

Unlike the AP Top 25, Michigan State moved up a spot in the Week 14 USA Today Poll. The Spartans were 10th last week, and this week they are ninth in the nation after beating Northwestern. Michigan, which was ranked 16th in last week's poll, is still in that spot this week.

Here's a look at the full USA Today Poll for Week 14 (via @nicoleauerbach):

1. LSU

2. Alabama

3. Virginia Tech

4. Stanford

5. Oklahoma State

6. Houston

7. Oregon

8. Boise State

9. Michigan State

10. Arkansas

11. Oklahoma

12. Wisconsin

13. South Carolina

14. Georgia

15. Kansas State

16. Michigan

17. TCU

18. Baylor

19. Nebraska

20. West Virginia

21. Clemson

22. Penn State

23. Southern Miss

24. Florida State

25. Cincinnati

Michigan needs to get into the top 14 of the BCS standings to be eligible for an at-large berth. Since the USA Today Poll is one of the components of the BCS, the Wolverines will hope to move ahead of the Michigan State/Wisconsin loser, Georgia (if LSU wins the SEC Championship Game) and Oklahoma (if Oklahoma State wins that rivalry game) next week.

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